Letter – John Blackett to John Dagnia – 19 Mar 1713

Document Type: Letter
Date: 19 Mar 1713
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: John Dagnia
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 192
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Mr Dagnia                                                Newby the 19 march

Sr	Inclosed send you Acct of Bottles Kelp & Stockens as for the Kelp I believe is sold very well am sertain now could not make above 16 gilders at present at Rotterdm the Stockens was Miserabley eat by the moth could not sell them at any Shop keeper never was bid above 3 1/2 &4g but by chance met with Mr Harmaniver Van Lumpen who as going to a foreign Voyage & gave me 6 but told must first have all Stockens mended & then dyed or otherwise could not Dispose of them I am sertain the Bottles & the Kelp cost me above f300 Gilder in Warehouse room thought I charge you but a tryfle the Glasses are yet unsold & a great maney brock you know Harrison Sold Two Chests for the rest shall allow you the first cost onely a bute what you think proper for breakidge please to look your Acct Currt over & let me know by the first post if agrees for am now Setting my Accts with all my friends at Newcastle pray let me have a line from you by the first post    I am Sr your

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